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  • Writer's pictureChristina Hammoud

Dora And The Lost City Of Gold | Junket

My interview with Eva Longoria, Eugenio Derbez, Isabela Merced, and Jeff Wahlberg was extremely Exciting! Their enthusiasm, relatable performances, and awesome teamwork in "Dora and the Lost City of Gold" make it a must-watch. Get ready to join Dora and her friends on an incredible journey filled with fun and adventure. Eva Longoria was really happy to play Dora's supportive mom, Elena. She loved being a strong Latina character who encourages her daughter's independence and love for learning. Longoria's enthusiasm shines through her acting, adding warmth and inspiration. Eugenio Derbez, known for his comedy, had a blast playing Alejandro, a mysterious explorer. He loved bringing laughter to the film and being the playful, funny character alongside Dora. Get ready for hilarious moments from Derbez!

Isabela Merced, who plays Dora, was super excited about bringing the beloved character to life. She wanted to stay true to Dora's lovable qualities while showing her growth and facing new challenges. Merced's passion for portraying Dora's spirit and relatability is contagious.

Jeff Wahlberg, who portrays Dora's cousin Diego, was thrilled about Diego's journey in the film. Wahlberg loved seeing Diego go from shy to brave, finding his voice along the way. Wahlberg's acting captures Diego's personal growth, inspiring us to embrace our own uniqueness. Throughout our chat, the cast couldn't stop gushing about the amazing time they had working together. They loved the positive and inclusive message of the film, which brought them closer as a team. Their genuine chemistry and passion shine on-screen, making the adventure even more exciting.

The Miami premiere of "Dora and the Lost City of Gold" was an unforgettable experience for all, especially for me as I had the opportunity to conduct red carpet interviews with the cast. The red carpet buzzed with excitement as fans and media gathered to capture the magical moments and hear the stars' insights. It was a truly special and memorable event.


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